## 2005 International Conference on Analysis of Algorithms

### Conrado Martínez (ed.)

### DMTCS Conference Volume AD (2005), pp. 335-342

author: | Daniel Berend, Ephraim Korach and Shira Zucker |
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title: | Two-anticoloring of planar and related graphs |

keywords: | Graph, algorithm, combinatorial optimization, graph anticoloring, separation |

abstract: | An anticoloring of a
graph is a coloring of some of the vertices, such that no two
adjacent vertices are colored in distinct colors. We deal
with the anticoloring problem with two colors for planar
graphs, and, using Lipton and Tarjan's separation algorithm,
provide an algorithm with some bound on the error. In the
particular cases of graphs which are strong products of two
paths or two cycles, we provide an explicit optimal
solution. |

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reference: | Daniel Berend and Ephraim
Korach and Shira Zucker (2005), Two-anticoloring of planar
and related graphs, in 2005 International Conference on
Analysis of Algorithms, Conrado Martínez (ed.),
Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science
Proceedings AD, pp. 335-342 |

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